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180/ Bogert came to see me at Hixson's office recomending Dr. Mees, chemist of Eastman Kodak Co, for the coming Chandler Medal. At noon I went to the Faculty Club for luncheon. - Place well used by professors and very agreeable place for them to come in contact . with each others. - Also Billards, and short games of cards before returning to their afternoon occupations. As far as I know such a pleasant quarters and dining rooms in any [[strikethrough]] Euroean [[?]] [[/strikethrough]] European Universities I have visited. [[underlined]] October 23. [[/underlined]] Annual meeting [[left margin vertical]] Dr. Stephen Duggan. [[/left margin vertical]] of Institute for international education: I was appointed president of the meeting. Among those present were Mr. ^[[Thomas]] Lamont the banker, (Thomas Lamont) Dr. Duggan retires from [[end page]] [[start page]] 181/ his [[strikethrough]] leding [[/strikethrough]] ^[[leading]] position and intends to visit South American institutes of learning. [[underlined]] October 26 [[/underlined]] (Saturday) Cold bright day. More [[strikethrough]] figh [[/strikethrough]] violent fighting in Europe specially in Russia. That horrible man Lewis, head of the labor unions has again organised various strikes, thus causing standstill in necessary production of war and other materials. That man enslaves the strikers who in the mean time earn no money. Lewis has a horrible head so ugly that one cannot forget the sight of it. He is ready at any time to proclaim and carry out a fight of the misguided workmen, who submit themselves blindly to his command In the mean time production of various very necessary materials
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